Female CEOs

And why women’s success is more than just checking boxes.
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Women leaders can't seem to catch a break, study finds.
As I mentioned in a previous Huffington Post piece, I recently had my first child. As the CEO of a startup, I felt that everything I had learned along the entrepreneurial way would make for an easier transition into parenthood. What I wasn't expecting was just how much being a parent would positively impact my business. Here are five things I have learned as a parent that have helped me better my business:
Perhaps if our male dominated industries, governments and organizations had a better understanding of just what it is the
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Does gender partnership hold the key to gender equity and gender equality in the U.S. workplace? How does shared responsibility for leadership catalyze change in organizations and share the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead as we try to operationalize this idea?
How getting away from cutthroat corporate practices can "mobilize talent, drive innovation and drive transformation."
Corporate America, don’t pat yourself on the back for gender diversity just yet.